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Medication Safety

Medication Safety Consulting Services


Medication systems are extremely complex with multiple risk points. To protect your patients, it’s imperative to create processes that can minimize human and technology error to avoid costly, adverse events. 

Despite your team’s best safety efforts however, there are times when medication management processes breakdown and errors occur. We can help improve your medication safety program.

Practical, vetted medication safety solutions

Our team of skilled clinical professionals have decades of hands-on experience in a variety of health care settings including acute care, ambulatory care, nursing homes, free standing pharmacies and home health.

We are experienced in recognizing points of process breakdown, evaluating the root cause and creating a targeted solution for medication safety improvement using proven tools and methods.

A robust scope of medication safety services

Our experts understand system-based causes of medication errors and can help you:

  • Evaluate policies, data and medication management processes and identify gaps.
  • Prepare your team to assess medication safety compliance, perform assessments and serve as subject matter experts for your organization through a customized training program.
  • Safely adopt new technology for medication management and redesign workflows.
  • Conduct a survey tracer to assess new medication control technology in a test environment.
  • Improve overall pharmacy performance.
  • Evaluate specific high-risk medication management processes—compounding, USP <795>, <797>, and the upcoming USP <800> standards, chemotherapy, pediatric.

Learn more about our Navigating Your Way Through USP <800> custom education program.

View our Medication Safety fact sheet (PDF) for more information on this consulting service.


The use of Joint Commission Resources (JCR) consulting services is not necessary to obtain a Joint Commission Accreditation award, nor does it influence the granting of such awards.